# Prime and Composite Numbers Charts

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Turn the study mode on with our free, printable prime and composite numbers charts. Learn to identify numbers with only two factors as prime and those with more than two factors as composite. Put your learning into practice with the pdf section of our prime and composite charts that are sure to break the humdrum.

These pdfs are ideal for young learners in grade 4 and grade 5.

CCSS: 4.OA

Be ahead of the curve with these printable prime numbers charts that familiarize kids in 4th grade and 5th grade with numbers that have only two factors, 1 and the number itself.

Jazz up your learning with our composite numbers charts and learn to identify numbers that have more than two factors. Begin with learning composite numbers up to 50 and then proceed to 100.

Prime and Composite Numbers Charts

Take your kids' ability to identify prime and composite numbers up a notch with these prime and composite numbers charts and help them differentiate between the two number types.

Identifying and Coloring Prime and Composite Numbers

Breathe life into your learning with these pdf prime and composite numbers charts that task children with identifying and coloring prime and composite numbers in different colors.